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I - n ,*-'ï ® m Thibo m Sentinel ux Official Journal of the Parish of Lafonr Guardian of the Interest of the Town. a VOL. M>. THIBGD AUX, LOUISIANA, SATL Y , SEPTEMBER 7, 1912. NO. 9. I Taken After Hard Struggle.. Alexandria. —Sam jQiSison, colored, who is alleged to have shot and seri ously wouruied Percy Alexander in Sbreveport one night lasWveek, lias been captured and is now in the Rapides parish jail . He was brought to Alexandria Saturday from Proven cal, La., by Sheriff J. P. Flournoy and Deputy Sheriff A. C. Gray for/safe keeping _ The capture was effected by a it#r gro and cut his hair, which somewhat changed his appearance. He present ed himself at the back door of the home of the Provencal merchOTt, wïjj| Immediately recognized the ?i,egro. Stepping back into the hotee, he got his shotgun, and throwing it on the negro, ordered him to throw up his hands. The negro began to run and two shots wtfre fired at him, one tak ing effect in his knee. He was taken into custody after a hard figj^ with several citizens who gave chastr. He was tied to a telegraph pole and a watchman was left in charge all ni 8 ht « <, G )SL •• Lady Ellen Blows Up. Houma.—Lady Ellen, moored at the wharf of the Houma ice factr^v, in Bayou »Terrebonne, blew up. ç»V party of eighteen young people were aboard, the boat preparing for a trip lo Ciè* seashore when the explosion occurred. Not one Vas injured. All were thrown up in the air, Hit fortunately landed on mattresses which were lying on the wharf. The concussion shattered win dow panes in the business houses for several blocks. It is supposed that gasoline had accumulated in the hull of the boat and a spark or match caused the explosion. The Lady Ellen belonged ttf the Pelican Lake Oyster and Pish Company, and was valued at about $4,500. The boat was complete ly wrecked. The loss is partially cov ered by insurance. yf)/ '. Preacher's Body Brought l^me. Jennings.—Tfie body of the Rev. Z. €. Barker was brought to Jennings Thursday from Galveston, Texas. The lev. Mr. Barker was killed in a col on between »11 automobi near League City. He went to League City a few days ago, and wtMin com pany with the Rev. Alvin George, who also was seriously injured. Mr. Bar ker had been for many years a clergy *man in the United Brethren church, was 65 years old, an4-was the presi dent and proiiiotgr oÄjme Barker Oil Company of Jenningf* The funeral was conducted by tW Rev. E. H. 6iven. .„Oyster Season Opened. Pointe-a-la-Hache.—The oyster sea son has been opened by daily ship ments of oysters to New Orleans by boats from the salt works, where the oysters are reported in an unusually fat and salty condition. The fishing fleets are being gotten in readiness for the opening of thf/^veptune can nine fjiftnrv nfvxt weé'k* 'Shrimp also 1 plentiful^ aing factory next week\ are reported cor from the gulf. °r s Zehndsr Is Chief Rate Clerk. Sbreveport.—W. C. Zelimler, for past five years local fr^^pt and pas «enger ag ä ' for the Missouri, Kan sas ami Ttî&s railway, been pro moted to chief rate cler.V <11 the gen eral freight and passengor office of the Wichita Falls route fujc\\Vichita Falls, Texas, uud/j^ill be <&r:ceeded at Sbreveport by'^fc.' Saunders. Reporfc*4»eeing Kidnaped Boy. Opelousas.—Little Robert Dunbar, Jr., the 4-year-old boy who disappear ed a week ago, and is now believed to have been kidnaped, was reported to have been seen Saturday with an Italian woman nea/^obdell. Sheriff Swords, accompanied cllild s father, left to investigtfiR'the clew. New Orleans Live Stock. ~ New Orleans.—Live Stock Landing, 1 New Orleans : Texas and Western !'-cattle—TradinJs/iaturday was active ' for afi classcÄ, of fat stuff. Good calves proved efood sellers at steady Prices; the market Is fast clearing. Outlook good for fleshy shipments, both large and small. O New Orleans Sugar. New Orleans.—Receipts Saturday tomprised mostly low medium sec cads, which were bought by refiners B: 00 test basis. Offerings of yellow I clarified were light-'and the demand from the trade was rather slow. Re «elpts were 442 barrels. Refined „sugars were steadv and unchanged. New M otoretrain Starts. Loreauville. —TW New Iberia and Northern Railroad Company has com menced running tiw^ mot rains a each w®, posing Loreauville l°ine north at 9:45 a. m. and 4:45 p. and going sojjtli at 10:14 a. m. and .'•18 p. m. ® A Monument & Infantry. ; Tallulah.—A monument has been •fected at Tallukîs'at a cost of $2,200 [«Til memory o*f th<>voldiers of the Madi •°tt Iafantrj®wh® served during the war. j Plan Will Follow Galveston New Orleans.—The Texas and Jcific:<^ig cotton meeting aecompiish ed results Saturday, and hoi h (he morning and afternoon sessions crowded with business. '• Nea! M. Leaclx made the opening speech. At the meeting mean» were found to com ply with îhe requirements of the gulf and AtlAtic steamship Iiues as to the baliiïÇ of cotton. The tracing of cotton and its general handling were also considered, and it was decided to follow the method of tracing cotton now in effect at. the Texas and Pa cific terminals at Galveston. During the day the officials, headed by Mr. Leach, visited the cotton ex change on invitation of the freight discrimination bureau. w Pecan Island Wants Waterway. Abbeville. — The inhabitants oi Pecan Island, one of the most pic turesque spots in the state, consisting of a long ridge of shells and sand lying south of White Lake, one of the largest bodies of fresh water in the South, *je petitioning the United States f» extend to them the bene fits of the improvement of the water ways of this section by enlarging the present canal leading from White Lake to the island. This canal, which is a little over one and a half miles long, was constructed by the people of the island at their own expense, and they propose to donate the canal to the government. Reliquidation Is Completed. New Orleans.— A reliquidation ot sugar entries at this port from 1901 to 1907j. recently ordered by Secretary of the treasury MacVeagh, was com pleted Saturday under the direction of Collector of Customs Herbert, and it was announced that the amount for which the government would make claims on the American Sugar Refin ing Company is $103, 5Ü3. Escaped Convict Is Arrested. Alejcandria.—A negro who has beer, giving trouble in Alexandria by pass ing bogus checks and also by bur glaries for the past thirty days was arrested Saturday. After his arrest he confessed that he was an escaped convict. He had been sent to the penitentiary 011 a charge of embezzle ment and escaped recapture on July 25. A v«u'ard was offered for his re capture. * New Orleans Rice. 'New Orleans.—Rough Honduras ac tive, Japan nominal. Clean active. Receipts: Rough, 2,417 sacks; inill ers, none; clean, none. Sales; Rough, 2,315 sacks Honduras at $2.25%4.25, no Japan; clean, 6,191 pockets Hon . .. iflli.i nimm» ! . c. Quotations ; Rough, Hon duras $email@example.com, Japan nominal; clean, Honduras 4?4@5%c, Japan 4@ 4%c. (ß) Cancienne Canal Made Safe. Napoleonville.— C. C. Barton and Blanchard Brothers have had the Cancienne canal cleaned of all heavy floaters and logs, which were a con stant menace to gasoline boats which ply that stream. Other parts of the canal which needed attention were also put in good condition and now gasoline boats can travel through the canal with perfect safety. Fire Damages Lumber Piant. Mansfield.—Fire damaged the en gine and boiler room of the Frost Johnson Lumber Company to the amount of $3,000. The lighting plant was damaged, and while repairs are being made the Mansfield Ice and Light Company will furnish lights. Will Build Columbia School. Columbia.—The contract for the building of a new school house in Ward 5 was let to Wright & Hum phries, theirs being the lowest bid re ceived. The school board now has four buildings in course of construc tion, to be completed before the open ing ot the fall terms. Received First New Rice. Crowley.—The Louisiana Irrigation and Milling Company received its first new rice of the season Saturday when a lot of 100 sacks was delivered by Ilaughton Faulk, residing near Ebe nezer, by whom it was raised. Working on Big Turpentine Still. Abite Springs.—Ground has been broken for the big turpentine still at Abita Springs. Contracts were made for the building of thirty houses to be occupied by laborers working for the firm, and two residences for the su perintendent and foreman. First Motor Car Arrives. Pointe-a-la-Hache.— 1 The first motoi car over the Frisco branch of the New Orleans and Southern railroad lias ar rived. The car acocmmodates "ninety five passengers. Fire Consumes Automobile. Morgan City.—Fire originating in the garage of G. W. Lesch early Fri- j day night destroyed a new automobile j valued at $4,500. The machine was j insured for $3,500. Accused of Embezzling. Alexandria.— W. G. Cryer, said to be the assistant superintendent of a life and accident insurance company of Nashville, Tenn., was arrested at Alexandria 011 a warrant charging him with embezzling funds belonging to the company. New High School Dedicated. Tallulah.—The new high school building was dedicated Wednesday. Addresses were delivered by Congress man Joseph E. Ransdeü and Superin tendent T. H. H^r: s value of Club Work Shown by Figures Based on Answers to Questions. WORTH $80.000 TO THE STATE Money Value Considered Small Item in Comparison to Training Received ov Gir's Western Newspaper Union New» Sertie*. Baton Rotfge.—On August 14 there was sent out from the department or agricultural extension of the Louisi ana State University some questions to the members of the girls canning and poultry clubs. The purpose of these questions was to ascertain the money value of the work in this state. This work was begun December 1, 1911. The following are some of the ques tions propounded; How many jars of fruit and vegeta bles have you put up this season? How many jars of preserves? How many bottles of catsup? How many glasses of jelly? A compilation of the replies receiv ed is as follows: Three thousand and.ten glasses of jelly, 374 bottles of caistip, 1,107 jars of preserves, 28,857 cans of fruit and vegetables. The whole approximat ing $5,000 worth of stuff. Or. in other words, each girl has increased the wealth of Louisiana almost $50. Taking this as a basis, the girls who belong to the demonstration club of the state have increased Louisianas wealth about $80,000. The money value of this work, how ever, is the smallest item. The train ing which these girls have had and the confidence which has been given them and the respect for labor which they have acquired cannot be estimat ed in dollars and cents. This work, too, has had a wonderful infuence on farming communties. The men and women have taken an interest in this and have been taught many valuable lessons in the art of preserving those things that have heretofore gone to waste. This work is done jointly by the de partment of agricultural extension of the Louisiana State University, and the farm co-operative demonstration « Çnh, ,VnU «J Oftrta. i rt «»« * agriculture. There will be at the state fair this fall a very large exhibit of work of this kind done by the girls. Ballots Being prepared. Baton Rouge.—The secretary of state has completed the publication of the tickets for the State ballots con taining for congress, railroad commis sion and judges of the supreme court, which has been the only baliot the slate has printed iu the past. Under the new law the state has to print, the parochial ballots, and tiie work oi' running these off, with the list of paro chial candidates, including district judges, district attorneys and school members is being done. As soon as these tickets are run off both tickets will be sent out with the supplies the state furbishes. Land Selections Approved. Washington.—The commissioner of the générai land office has within the; past few days approved three selec tions of land made by the s ate of Louisiana under the swamp land acts of 184!) and 1850. through the efforts of Charles P. Johnson, who represents parties interested. List 117 embraces lands situated In St. Charles parish, amounting to 2,700 acres. List 118 embraces lands situated in St. Ber nard parish, amounting to 2,60o acres. List 119 embraces lands situated in Richland and Franklin parishes, amounting to 760 acres. Plan for City 's Protection. Baton Refuge.—Representatives from the state board of engineers arrived in the city and are making a survey along ..the cîty front to establish the grades for the rebuilding of the city levee to protect Faton Rouge's front from possible injury during high water. Baton Rouge.—Fred Grace, register ol the state land office, has received information of timber depredations on state lands in some of the non h Lou isiana parishes, and has addressed a letter to the district attorney of the parishes in which the land is located, asking an investigation be made and charges brought against the persons alleged to be stealing the state's tim ber. For fear of defeating the ends of justice, Register Grace will not state in what parish the timber thieves are alleged to be working. Washington.—Repair men examin ing the furniture of the house, discov ered that Speaker Clark, during the last nine months, had used his gave, with such effect that virtually t!._ en tire top of the desk was wrecked. One entire section had be^n pounded away, leaving a large hole, concealed by the green felt that covers the des! - . The speaker, throughout the session, made vigorous use of the gavel on al! occastions. According to old mem bers, no speaker since Reed has em tvo "ivi ni h suf-h freedom. NEED TION DAM ^Tfcat Engineer Recomm Done for Work Be tion Xewn .S er rice. the feeting cf evee Board Ma te engineer, it the Donald I condition, and ter h^d given »te engineers, îlte Board of two plans in Lafourche construct a 3er to the abankment, battuer >f the dam Western N"ews*pap p r lî Don aid son vi lie.' the Lafourche Basii jor F. M. Kerr, ch| made the statement sonville dam is in during the last his serious concern to t] Major Kerr said Engineers is considi connection with the dam problem. One new dam some 20'# river than the pr locating it on the formed on the rivi « ince }* i e<ß&pmf Another plalWWB the base of the pi-efeeht dam, on the river side, and to djive a row of sheet piling in this trenp across the entire width of the daÉ, after which the trench would be filled with some ma terial other thai the loose sand It is believed thi^ would prevent any seepage through |he base of the em bankment, and al the cost would be considerably lessihan that entailed by the construction!of a new dam, the iatter will probalfly be the plan adopt ed by the engin|ers when the matter conies up for attention. trench at INVESTIGATING NEW ORLEANS Rumor That Big Expose Will Be Mads by Detectives. Western Newspaper Cnlon Jîeyj Serrle«. New Orleans.—After the publication in a local newspaper of an article stating that Detective William J. Burns, at the instance of several citi zens. is making an investigation of municipal conditions in New Orleans, which has been productive of sensa tional revelations. Mayor Marlin Behr man requested Judge Chretien of the district criminal court, to convene a special session of the grand jury to make an independent investigation. It is expected that the investigation by the Burns agency has brought to light, conditions almost as startling as those which existed in Atlantic City, De troit and other cities where Burns had been called upon to expose graft and corruption. Board of Trade Has paper. Baton Rouge.—The first issue ol the Baton Rouge Board of Trade Rec ord has been gotten out "s^d distribut ed among the membefis^Nbe board. The tio regard making up issue. the reading matte No Clue to Missing Child. . Palmetto.—Though parties are stili scouring the woods and. marshes of this section for the lost child of Percy Dunbar, which wandered away from the camp two days ago, no trace be yond his footprints near the railroad embankment lias been found. For two days and nights the scouting par ties kept up their work, and they pro pose to continue the hunt until some result shall have been obtained. Commits Suicide— Cause Unknown. Burton.—Richard Ferchaud, son Of John Ferchaud and member of a prominent St. James family, died from the effects of self-inflicted gunshot wound. No cause is assigned for the rash act. He leaves a father, mother and numerous relatives to mourn his death. Progressive Organize. Sbreveport. — The Caddo parish branch of the Progressive party was organized here by the election of Clar ence Ellerbe, chairman of an execu tive committee that will name various subcommittees for publicity, subscrip tions, membership and other active work. Plan New Fair Building. Franklinton. —The Washington Par isli Fair Association is planning the construction of two frame buildings, each twenty feet wide by 100 long, to' be partitioned into stalls, cages, etc., for the livestock, poultry an^! farm products that may be on exhibi tion October 17 to 19. Governor Has Advertised for t Bids. Baton Rouge.—Gov. Hail has ad vertised for bids for the leasing of the mineral rights of the state to the lands in north Louisiana which were recently withdrawn by the governor from public sale.- A great deal of in terest is being taken in the matter. The land office has received a number of iiviniries in regard to these lands and for the mineral rights on some of the sections several bids are ex pected. Lake Charles.—Joe Barker and Otis Brown, negroes, are held in the parish iail on a charge of assault with intent to murder Barker's wife, Agnes Bark er. Baton Rouge.—Tanned by a week's outing at Mandeville, the Baton Rouge Boy Scouts returned from their camp, where they enjoyed the breezes of [^ake Pontchartrain. The boys made a splendid record in camp, and made a good impression with their manly conduct and soldierly bearing. Dur ing the stay there was scouting, fish ins an i swimming, and in the even ing around the camp fires council meeting was held up to 9:30 o'clock, v. hen the lights went out and the scouts turned in for the night i NEWS AS IÏ HAPPENS NATIONAL. STATE, FOREIGN. OF INTEREST TO READERS. WHOLE WEEK S HL Short Mentioning of Interesting Hap penings From Day to Day Throughout the World. WASHINGTON NEWS. Sobered by the embarrassments ot Saturday's all-night session of fili busters and disagreements, congress adjusted its different)«^ Monday and invited Pres|deul Taft m> to the capi «Âffê^rtiore, and wrote "finis" after the proceedings of the second session of the Sixty-second congress. All first and second class postof fices will be closed on Sunday as a result of one provision of the new postal appropriation bill passed and signed by President Taft Monday. Every important city in the United States is affected. Hereafter only special delivery letters will pass through on that day and no mail will be placed in lock boxes. At the end of a three days' fight, in which Senator La Follette's threat of a continued filibuster hung over the senate to force consideration,- that body Monday passed the Penrose reso lution calling for a complete investi gation of the campaign contributions of John D. Archbold and George W. Perkins, and of all "financial transac tions and correspondence relating thereto between tbe two financiers and Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, rep resentatives in congress and members of the senate of the United States." STATE AND DOMESTIC NEWS Standing of clubs in Texas League: Clubs— Games. Won. Lost. P.C. Houston 137 San Antonio.. .137 Waco 141 Dallas 136 Austin 142 Galveston 136 Fort Worth.... 137 Beaumont 138 Miss Lottie B. 51 56 61 65 76 78 81 84 86 81 80 71 66 58 56 54 Rice of Houston, Texas, won the handicap cup for wom en at the Maplewood, N. H., Golf Club Saturday by defeating Mrs. Guy Met calf of Pinehurst in an extra hole match. Both players were at their best. A Katy passenger train was wreck ed three miles north of Temple Sat urday, causing one death and the injuring of seventeen people. ;te*f^seasôn opened at mid night Saturday. Twenty-one Fort Worth restaurant men and dairy men were arrested Fri day charged with violating the pure ! food law. I The wheat yield in the Texas Pan I handle this season will be more than ; 3,000,000 bushels. I The Italian government will with draw from the Brussels sugar conven ! tion on .September 1, 1913. Notifica tion of this intention was handed into ; the Belgian government by the Italian minister Saturday. "Whitey" Lewis and "Dago Frank" Cirofici, the indicted gunmen in the Rosenthal murder case in New York City, were reported Saturday to be ready to turn state's evidence on con dition that they be let off with light sentences. Solomon Luna, millionaire banker and sheep grower, for sixteen years re publican national committeeman for New Mexico, who refused to accept election to the United States senate at the hands of the first state legisla ture, met a tragic death at Horse Springs, Socorro county, N. M., seven ty-six miles from Magdalena, Friday. He fell into a vat containing thou sands of gallon^ of sheep dip, after being attacked with heart failure. Indictments against Charles G. El liott, former chief drainage engineer of the department of agriculture; A. N. Mooreliouse, his assistant; F. E. Singleton, chief accountant of the de partment; R. P. Teele, formerly an ac countant, charging them with having approved and presented false vouch ers against the government, and for which they were dismissed from the service, were Saturday quashed by request of the government. Carl Miracle, arrested in Alabama last winter and brought back to Ken tucky to stand trial for the murder of a man and woman in Bell county last August, was electrocuted in the state penitentiary at Eddyville, Ky., Friday. Governor Colquitt Friday received the. members of the Chicago Press Club's motoring tour, who have travel ed over Texas from the Panhandle to gulf points in the vicinity of Corpus Ciuisti. The Southern rice growers are to give the product a worldwide adver tising by the use of moving pictures. General Steever, commander of the department of Texas, crossed the bor der Thursday and was greeted by the Mexican general. Dr. A. H. McCork, surgeon of the state penitentiary at Rusk, Texas, died suddenly of heart trouble Thursday. A plan by which tiie books of the city of Houston may be investigated by the Burns Detective Agency, under the direction of William J. Burns, was made public on Thursday, when it be came known that Mr. Burns would ar rive in Houston within the next ten days. The city investigation is being fostered by those citizens who repre sent the "citizens' ticket." Governor Marshall, in a speech at Bangor, Maine, attacked the protec tive tariff system Wednesday. ❖ 56? 'i - A Picture of Contentment All men look pleased when they smoke this choice tobacco—for all men like the rich quality and true, natural flavor of Smoked in pipes by thousands of men— every where known to cigarette smokers as the makings." We take unusual pride in Liggett & Myers Duke*« Mixture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco— and every sack we make is a challenge to all other tobacco manufacturers. 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PIEDMONT CIGAR ETTES, CUX CIGARETTES, ami other tags or coupons issued by us. .Dept»--. ST. LOUIS, MO. 5BSS8 Unusual Occurrence. Richard Harding Davis, during his Atlantic City honeymon, said at a fish luncheon: "I confess that I am not pleased with the modern trend of fiction. The newest fiction leaves a bad taste in the mouth. It is full of double en tendre—like the parlor maid's remark. "A gentleman came down to break fast one morning with bloodshot eyes. He drank eight glasses of ice water hurriedly, then he muttered hoarsely to the pretty parlor maid: " 'Tell me, Adele, did I reach home last night very much under the weath er?' " 'Indeed you did, sir.' the maid re plied. 'Why, sir, you kissed the mis sis!'"—Washington Star. Saving Trouble. "Have you read the platform of the different political parties?" "What's the use wastin' time doin' that?" "I should think you would want to find out how to vote intelligently." "How to vote intelligently? My grandfather found that out years ago, so what's the use of my botherin' about it?" A very successful remedy for pelvic catarrh is hot douches of Paxtine An tiseptic, at druggists, 25c a box or sent postpaid on receipt of price by The Paxton Toilet, Co., Boston. Mass. About the only thing father gets on his binhday is a lemon. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES «3.00 *3.50 *4.00 *4.50 ÄN3 *5.00, FOR WEN AND WOMEN Boys all wear '#« Douglas $2.00, $2.&0 asiü$30.QQ Schoo! Shoos* Best in the world! V/. L. Douglas makes and sells more $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 »hoes than any other manufacturer in the world because they look better, fit better, and wear longer than ordi nary shoes. CAUTION.—When you boy shoes be sure W. L. Douglas I name is stamped on the bottom. It guarantees protection to you « gain at inferior shoes. Beware of substitutes. W. L. Douglas shoes are sold in 78 own stores in large cities and retail shoe dealers everywhere. fast Color Eyelets. Write for Catalog. W. L. 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